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>>> happy halloween. tonight on a second look we go inside one of the spookiest places in the bay area. >>> and we will retrace some of the celebrations in san francisco's castro district. we will go ghost hunting inside a virginia former prison. all straight ahead on a second look. >>> good evening i'm julie haener and this is a second look. tomorrow we observe one of the ghoulish annual rituals halloween. it's a night filled with ghosts and goblins, jack-o-landers and trick or treaters. there's one place in the bay area that feels like halloween all yearlong. that would be the -- house in san jose. george watson brought us this look inside one of the spookiest places you will ever visit. >> reporter: the outside gardens in the great house itself speak wealth and meticulous care. but this victorian mass suggests something else may be a foot here. the serene stateliness that you find outside hides the inside. welcome to the winchester mystery house. the mansion began as an eight room farmhouse but sarah winchester built and built and built until the time of her death when she was
. >> halloween in the northeast could be especially dark for millnsft aer that rare blizzard, and more problems for jetblue as well. >> i'm live in san jose where i'll take you inside the most famous haunted house in the ber area. that's coming up in a live report. >>> as we head towards halloween, the forecast is looking pretty spooktacular, though we're starting to see some changes outside. as the fog rolls into san francisco, start looking to winter. we'll have the seven-day forecast when we come back. ay [people chatting] everyone, it's $37 a piece. paying with your smart phone instead of cash. that's a step forward. with chase person-to-person quickpay, you can send money directly to your friend's checking account. all you need is their email address or mobile number. don't worry honey, i'll show you. thanks everyone. so take a step forward... and chase what matters. >>> we have an update on the 27-year-old surfer who was attacked by a shark yesterday. take a look at eric tarantino's surf board. his doctors say he will fully recover from the attack and may be released tomorrow. they say he
countries partake in halloween festivities. we go to some halloween events in tokyo with a special japanese twist. >> look familiar? costume kids participating in a parade at the end of october. a local property developer started organizing the halloween parade a decade ago. it is only in the last few years people started commonly using the term halloween. >> translator: it is only recently i started to see halloween goods at stores. >> the north american custom of kids going door to door hasn't quite made its way to japan. the kids here don't even have to trick or treat. all they have to do is dress up and show up. >> she's never done halloween in the u.s. we want her to experience as much as she could while she's here in japan. are you having fun with halloween, marissa? do you like wearing your costume? what's your costume? >> baby jaguar. >> the japanese started to adon't many aspects of north american style halloween. from kids to adults, everyone dresses up in costume and celebrates with h. from kids to adults, everyone dresses up in costume and celebrates with friends.
this halloween weekend. preparations for the storm are already in full swing. among the big concerns, power outages and travel delays, and it's already, by the way, snowing in parts of new york, massachusetts and other states across the region. some areas are expecting more than a foot of snow. pretty hard to believe, and we're not even at halloween yet. alexand andra steel. >> that's monday and days away. surprise. i take hum bridge with that as a meteorologist. this is no surprise. >> big snowfall and then immediate melt? >> it's 40 degrees. >> it's a quickie? >> it's in and out in one day, and it's exciting. look at cool pictures. this is like christmas for meteorologists here. i hope you enjoy it. let's show you what we have in new york city. it is snowing. look at this. oh, my gosh. this is beautiful. washington square all the way to times square, we had pictures of the snow coming down. you know, it is quite rare. it's been 59 years since we've had an october snow in new york city. >> this is weird. >> yeah. fredricka, only since the 1800st its happened three time that is we've had me
disease. plus -- >> the idea that we're spending time debating halloween rather than the real issues at hand. >> connecticut communities busting heads overt of -- over the upcoming holiday. >> we are tracking rain across the area. we will time that out in the forecast coming up, and look at the holiday forecast for halloween. 62 at b.w.i.. here is a look at the grand hotel and spa camera at ocean >> a british corner says amy winehouse died of alcohol poisoning. this -- the corners of the blood alcohol content was nearly five times over the legal driving with it. she was found dead in her bed on july 23 after years of substance abuse battles. detective said they found empty vodka bottles around her bed at the time of her death. in this afternoon's medical alert, a new drug therapy is helping women get up potentially fatal blood condition have successful pregnancies, and now it is fda-approved. we're introduced to a maryland mother whose life is that there be saved. >> there was a lot of praying. there was a lot of crying and hoping it was going to get better. >> she could not carry a
>>> this morning on "world news now" -- halloween canceled. that record snowstorm in the northeast left so many downed trees and power lines the sidewalks aren't even safe for trick-or-treaters. >> what happens when the grinch steals halloween? it is monday, october 31st. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> i'm cecilia vega. good morning to everyone. happy halloween. >> welcome on board here. >> thank you. >> good to have you here. you know, dull, regular, run of the mill show. >> done up and ready to go. >> candy and everything. >>> it is actually not a very happy halloween for many kids here in the northeast. just listen to the numbers. two feet of snow in massachusetts. millions of people without power. schools and businesses closed from new jersey to maine. some towns are so worried about the downed power lines they're rescheduling trick-or-treating for friday. unbelievable. >> unbelievable. >>> also this morning, the book about the madoffs that has everyone talking is finally out today. ruth and andrew madoff are promoting it. they're, they were asked how is it pos
announcer ] fiber beyond recognition. fiber one. >>> welcome to snowtober. it's not even halloween, and we have our first measurable snowfall. >> it shouldn't be snowing on halloween. >> it was enough to call it a snow day, the roads weren't cold enough for any real problems. to the north, though, a very different story. roads shut down, entire towns without power. after the largest october snowfall in their history. >> and good evening, everyone, i'm aaron gilchrist, parts of our area got eight inches of snow today. that's not the big story any more. we're worried about wet roads and freezing temperatures causing treacherous conditions on the roads in the area. maryland state police causing severe icing on bridges and side streets. we're told the bridges that connect i-270 to i-370 and the intercounty connecter completely iced over right now. cars are slipping and sliding all over the place. in the meantime, try to avoid it, and stay safe out there, this entire area going under a freeze warning tonight. doug kammerer is in the weather center with an update on that. >> we're going to see a
in october. it is halloween morning enjoy that view, i am steve chenevey. >>> i am alison seymour. school closings we mentioned it in our viewing area we want to pass those along because of power outages this monday morning. tabalis bill i hope i am pronouncing that right in frederick county maryland and blue ridge elementary, wild wood elementary and jefferson high school in west virginia closed. >>> the number of people without power in the northeast, under 3 million. 11,000 maryland customers still in the dark after trees loaded with snow fell on power lines at least 11 people died across the country in the storm, states of emergency declared new jersey, massachusetts, parts of new york a train from chicago to boston got stuck in massachusetts, airports have been clogged with stranded passengers. >> i have heard the term, snowtober but you need a name for it it was so very strange. >> well, good news is tony, it was very rare to have october snow not just here in dc but these other places. >> certainly rare to have as much snow as they got in portions of the northeast we skated by here
, halloween. this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning, everyone. i'm scott mcgrew. let's get a halloween forecast with christina loren. >> love the ghosts and goblins waiting by the bus stop. this morning it's cool enough to put a jacket over them. temperatures are running cooler from napa to saj that rosa. overall looking towards a comfortable half of your halloween. temperatures in the 70s. lots of sunshine. we'll take you through the forecast. mike has a serious situation in san jose this morning. >> that's right. we start off with an alert in san jose. the accident involves an overturned vehicle and two other vehicles vm. for now just travel to the next exit. i'll give you the update in a couple of minutes. >> it's a big week for occupy oakland protesters, they're looking beyond their camp site in downtown. they want to expand throughout the city and occupy everything. >> i have to say it's much quieter here at occupy oakland than it was last week. much quieter than before the police raid. just about all the tents are back here this morning. one protesters told me that a lot of peopl
people in the dark and three states in a state of emergency. >> a halloween blizzard? not quite, but this snowstorm is one to remember. new york city, which had not seen measurable snow for in october -- snowfall in october since 1950 to smashed a cord. 1.3 inches had fallen in central park as of 2:00. the white stuff was enough to add a little color to the yale- columbia football game. for the most part, this premature snowstorm was little more than an inconvenience. >> i do not think i have ever experienced a white halloween. >> as the snow accumulated, and so did the power outages and the airport delays. fortunately, there was enough time for the road crews to gear up and for everyone else to stock up on the essentials. >> everyone is getting soft, potassium, shovels. -- salt and shovels. >> it is much too early. i am not ready. >> like it or not, a preview of winter. >> remember, you can track this storm and severe weather across the country right where you are using our interactive radar. just go to our website and click on whether. 13 americans were killed toda
! >> ahh! my hat. >> back with more of "today" on our halloween monday morning, october 31st, 2011. that was just a short time ago as we got the royal treatment, revealing our halloween costumes. i'm al roker along with natalie morales, savannah guthrie, the prince and catherine, we last saw them headed toward the lincoln tunnel but they didn't have their e-z pass so we're not quite sure where they are. >> they got their passports. >> matt's enjoying that astin martin. probably like off, bye-bye. >> he's boosting that thing. >> exactly, with he dressed up. what if you still don't have your costume picked out? not to worry. just ahead some last-minute outfits that you can make before the first trick-or-treater arriv arrives guaranteed. >> we don't want to leave out furry friends, fun costumes for your pooch as well. >> you don't want to scare the neighbors unless your house is decorated. last-minute halloween crafts to keep the kids occupied and the leftover candy. >> really? not in my house. >> well, we have some really great ideas, incorporated into some desserts so we'll get into
as romania, took part in a halloween tra dichlgts altogether hoping to set a new record for the number of people dancing to thriller in multiple locations. no results on that just yet. >> keep the "thriller" spirit alive. all right. love that. more "world news now" coming up after the break. ♪ thriller ♪ ghostbusters ♪ something strange in the neighborhood who you going to call ghostbusters ♪ ♪ there's something weird and it don't look good who you going to call ghostbusters ♪ >> oh, thanks to facebook fans for sending in their cool photos. >> wondered when we would hear the song tonight. as much as "thriller is" and "ghostbusters." something else. a scary story on this halloween morning, creating carbon copies of animals also known, of course, as cloning, aka cloning. >> one dog owner wanted to keep man's best friend in the family forever. so as our correspondent from albuquerque reports, this owner made it happen with science and money. >> reporter: he sure looks like a normal 12 we're old puppy. a healthy appetite. plenty of oh, so cute attention. >> everybody would want
halloween. it is october 31. and i'm grace lee. >> hi, everybody. good morning, i'm mag mall. it is 6:00 straight -- frank mallicoat. it is 6:00 straight up. and occupy oakland and the protesters getting much needed supplies back. >> they're pushing for a strike against the city later this week. kristy siefkin is in oakland, where the city is promising to return some items that were taken by police last week. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you grace and frank. last tuesday, when police raided this park, one of the items that they confiscated were medical supplies. the protesters had vowed to march on to mayor quan's office today, if those supplies were not returned by noon. well the city has now responded. and plans to return those supplies this morning. >> we had all kinds of supplies, gloves. first aid kits. cold packs. compresses. all kinds of things. we were pretty well stocked for first aid response. >> the protesters were fairly active this weekend holding a march in the streets of downtown oakland and the police were ready with riot gear but thankfully a pretty peac
, the pre-halloween blizzard back east. >>> and a halloween preview for you. we'll take you to the most famous haunted house in the bay area. can you guess? the news starts right now. good evening. welcome to the special edition of nbc bay area news. supporters of the occupy movement in oakland are planning another major action this week. and you might just be surprised by what mayor jean quan had to say about the newest plans. nbc's bay area's alias. >> reporter: protesters have been working out a general strike planned for wednesday. it could bring the entire city to the halt. the plan is to march from city hall here to the port of oakland, with the goal of shutting down the nation's fifth-busiest port before the 7:00 p.m. night shift. activists say the strike is about the growing gap between the rich and the poor. they will also be going door-to-door, asking small businesses throughout the city to shut down for the day and join the movement. >> what we're looking at is one day of action to just voice a protest of a system that has been going on for decades and will continue to go on
>>> making news in america this morning -- halloween canceled. ? that winter-like snowstorm that blew through the northeast have left millions without power. it's forcing some communities to postpone the trick or treating. >>> and then left in the dark. bernie madoff's family opens up. why they say they never new about his crime. >>> and also this morning. ghost whisperer. we take you inside an alleged haunted house. our expert puts it to the test. >>> good morning, i'm se seal kra vega. >> and i'm rob nelson. happy halloween. >> happy halloween. >>> millions in the northeast are waking up with no power. school is canceled in many cities. >> and trick or treating is now in jeopardy as parents and officials worry about safety. tahman bradley joins us this morning. >> reporter: good morning, the snow did not stick in washington but parts of maryland got half a foot of snow. the worst of it was farther north in new england. the monster nor'easter has passed. the damage remains. almost 3 million people without power. in southern new hampshire, some of the towns are still in the
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'm still on camera. >> should it be taboo to say boo? if you think there isn't a war on hallowe'en, there's time for you to wake up on your there isn't hallowe'en coma. america, a country i live, public schools are giving a thumbs down to dressing up and saying no thanks to pranks. a portland, organ, a principal banned costumes and sends parents a letter for many reasons the celebration of hallowe'en at school can lead to student exclusion. there are social, financial and culture and cultural differences among our families that we must erespect. elsewhere across michigan, another state, they're banning hallowe'en parties and at one school candy corn and candy apples have been replaced about a fall festival focused on health and wellness. for more let's go live to our local affiliate. >> d.d. spokesperson says the problems with the gas line were mostly fixed around 4 yesterday afternoon. workers were able to check most homes by 7 last night. they say all workers are required to leave a note behind explaining why they have to enter the home and lock the door as they left. mike? >> thank you
and seeing a tree limb above you? >> reporter: it's halloween, with many streets covered in debris the connecticut governor is sending a warning to parents who let their children trick-or-treat tonight. >> no child should be participating in any halloween events without direct and constant supervision from that parent. >> reporter: in worcester, massachusetts, officials already decided roads are too dangerous and delayed halloween until thursday. randall pinkston, cbs news, upper saddle river, new jersey. >>> talk about a travel nightmare. passengers stranded on the tarmac more for than seven hours. 23 flights diverted to hartford, connecticut during the snowstorm saturday including six jetblue flights. passengers say the bathrooms were backed up and it was hard to breathe on board. even the pilot, you can hear, was getting frustrated. the airport compounded the >> i don't care, take us anywhere. >> jetblue apologized saying power outages compounded the situation. the department of transportation is investigating. >>> the state is not taking chances with sex offenders this hallowee
county and towards the harrisburg area. fog, frost take your pick. aid halloween morning and it feels much more like maybe thanksgiving or christmas. 25 to 35 to spread. sun comes up at 7:33 and we willlose it behind increasing clouds. 5 # this evening and halloween forecast and top weekend snow -- 54 this weekend and halloween forecast and top weekend snow tallies. >> reporter: 95 southbound before eastern, the two left lanes are blocked and right lane gets back. there's a delay when you get to pulaski highway. 695 at old court road, most of the volume on outer loop to the right. but we have steady volume on the inner loop as well. no incidents in your way. no issue or delay just yet. 95 south of the beltway on the northeast side, making are way from rossville to rose kale you -- rosedale you are okay. that's the southbound traffic to the right of the screen. as you get to pulaski highway approaching the accident near eastern that's when you will see a major slowdown. drive times for the most part and most areas are doing okay. 95 out of white marsh 6 minutes to the beltway on outer
>>> this morning on "world news now" -- halloween headache. that surprise october storm downs trees and power lines, threatening truck or treating from maryland to maine. >> towns were able to clean up all this mess from a record breaking snowtober. it's monday, october 31st. >>> good morning. i'm cecelia vega. happy halloween. >> happy halloween. pigging out. the pop rocks. haven't seen them in years. >> don't know if you should eat them on live tv. >> put them in your mouth. here if you can hear them. listen. >> all over your seat. >> tv moment. magic of live tv. >> abc news has learned. >> pop rocks still mess with your mouth. big storm over the weekend. obviously the big, the big story this weekend. putting a damper on celebrations. several towns worry that more trees could fall under the weight of the snow. actually started postponing trick-or-treating. the storm was nothing to mess around with awe weekend long. millions actually still without power. shelters full of people who have no heat at home. big mess throughout the week. >> definitely a mess. another big headline we hav
called this thing since the beginning of october said we would have a halloween weekend storm. and he was right on the money. he is a 24 degrees near gettysburg and thicker frost. and karen says thick frost in hickory hard frost in the cars and hazel says that. and by the way we are getting frost reports in abington and sapage jack frost walked all over her school bus. we have thick frost to contend with this morning and we have ourselves dense fog just across the border in new york and adams county and clouds trying to race in here. may make for a pretty sunrise. but it may make for a long monday morning. ten minutes or so to warm up the vehicle and scrape that frost off. mid-20s to mid-30s about 5 # degrees with increasing clouds and -- 54 degrees with increasing clouds. now let's get you out the door with tanya. >> reporter: an accident in north laurel. 59 at 216. no information on lanes or the direction right now. let's look live out there at beltway and see how things are moving along. this is at frederick road the end of the slow down on outer loop to the right. it will
the county is considering. they won't have a final decision until next year. >>> halloween is monday and chances are your kids are already getting ready for trick or treating. but have you ever gone over your safety plan with them? child experts say there is one area that is often overlooked. >>> also, a new study says there may be a big benefit taking aspirin along with your morning vitamin. relevant we'll let you know what that is when good morning maryland continues on this friday october 28th. is that if you are looking for something fun to do with the kids to help celebrate halloween this weekend, you may want to consider going to the zoo. the maryland zoo is once again hosting zoo boo. you can trick or treat with animals, enter a costume contest, watch the elephant smash pumpkins. the event runs from 10:00 to 4:00 today and again on sunday ethe amount of accidents that happened on halloween is just plain scary. kids are out and always going to be crossing the street. we are going to talk to megan pringle in the 6:00 hour right now. let's go over to lynette now with a check of t >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today. >> good morning. happy halloween. i am mindy basara. >> i am lisa robinson. >> what is the situation tonight? >> it depends on how brave or stubborn your kid is. put it long sleeve shirt under their costume. elder care is pushing in -- milder air is pushing in. the wind is mostly calm. up to about 35 at 8:00 p.m. and 55 through the afternoon. that is the high temperature for the day. a slight chance for showers this evening. maybe if your trick-or-treating in ocean city, you may need an umbrella. oppins for papp halloween. >> good morning. we have some fog this morning. we have an accident at conowingo road in cecil county. that is one problem spot. with a closure at newbury street. that is at mount washington because of the fire department activity. if you are going to travel in this area towards the light rail stop, there will be some delays. further south in chester on the eastern shore, maryland 18 closed at u.s. 50 because of downed wires. looking pretty good on the north side and moving well on to the j.f.x. into town. pro
. not a bad halloween for us. it's going to be a cold halloween. we have a few clouds that started moving in. unlike past halloweens, this time, the little kids they are going to be complaining, probably crying when you tell them you have to put the coat on, it's going to be cold. it's going to be colder than most of the last halloweens we have had around here. 56 degrees is the temperature. we have a partly sunny sky now. partly cloudy to mostly cloudy sky as we move from the afternoon to evening hours. the dew point temperature is 35 degrees. moisture off to the west. 's going to dry out. we could get sprinkles late evening. we are at 56 degrees in georgetown. 55 degrees now in college park and buoy. camp springs, 54. 54 degrees also in damascus. there's a look at the clouds. the green showing light showers. they may translate to sprinkles by the time we get to 9:00, 10:00 or 11:00 p.m. temperatures ease on down. trick or treat time 50 degrees for a temperature. 48 degrees by 9:00. definitely coat weather. give you a little more of a detailed look at the halloween forecast and what's going
're with us. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm maureen umeh. happy halloween to all of you out there. saturday's unusual snowstorm, tots brame for at least 11 deaths and at its height, three million people were without power. among the hardest hit states, massachusetts. the snowfall totals topped two feet. states of emergency are in effect in new jersey, connecticut, massachusetts and parts of new york. >> we do have some school close togs pass along because of power outages. blue ridge elementary, wildwood middle school and jefferson high school in jefferson county, west virginia, all closed today, most of those because of power outages. >> that snowstorm did pack quite a punch. >> for us, we got through okay. an inch or less around the washington area. up to the northeast, 15, 20 inches of snow in some locations. 24inches, just crazy for ofnlgt we'll see a gradual warming trend as the -- just crazy for october. we'll see a gradual warming trend as the week progresses. skies were clear for most of the overnight hours. now, we haveclouds that are beginning to move in. we do have some fog out t
>>> good morning. halloween nightmare, more than 2 million people still without power this morning, after that freak october snowstorm slammed the east coast. at least 11 people are dead, schools closed, roads blocked, and officials say it could be more than a week before power is fully restored. >>> the madoff speak, bernie madoff's massive ponzi schemed rocked the financial world and ripped his family apart. this morning his wife, ruth, and son, andrew, are here for an exclusive live interview. >>> and play dressup, our crowd is decked out for a big halloween bash on the plaza and we've got lots of surprises in store for them, including our big costume reveal today, monday, october 31st, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >> announcer: "today" celebrates halloween with matt lauer and ann curry, live from studio1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everyone, welcome to "today" on a monday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> and i'm ann curry. boy a lot of great costumes outside. >> looks pretty good. >> it may say halloween on the calendar. look at what's happenin
thriller, ghost busters or the monster mash. it's monday, october 31st. >> let's move on. >> it's halloween. "today in the bay." >> hey, hey. >> big mac attack. that's how we do it. that's not in honor of the mcrib being back. >> that's every day. good morning. time to check in with christina loren. she's dressed as the best weather forecaster in the east bay. >> meteorologist, but thanks. if you're wearing your costume and don't want to do the monster mash to stay warm, grab a jacket. the throw it on this norng. 48 in santa rosa. changes as of form into wednesday. tu offshow flow returns. breezy, clear and cool. and when the rain hits your city coming up. the dublin interchange opposite the main commute. the westbound direction is showing the slowdown, which we typically see. i'll take the opportunity to show you the 21-minute and building drive time out of the altamon pass through livermore and 680. the rest of the bay area showing slowdowns. >> thank you very much. 6:01. trick or treaters will be out in full fours. one group that won't be roaming the street, sex offenders. this year poli
far. on each halloween since 1994 it has imposed a curfew on sex offenders with a permanent address. it forces them to stay inside their home without any lights on. they can't put up halloween directions. they certainly can't offer candy to kids. this year they will focus on the 2,000 sex offenders in california who are homeless. san francisco is among three of the state's four parole regions. l.a. and san diego are also doing this be tonight. you may think this could be difficult to enforce. transient offenders are required to wear jacketsful they will know if they're not in curfew centers. they are supposed to report to round-up centers. the parole office of san francisco from 5:00 to 10:00 tonight. the state department of corrections is really pushing parents to get involved. to educate themselves, to educate their kids on how to stay safe tonight in terms f sex offenders wo could be roaming the streets. they set up a very helpful link on their website. parents you can log onto search operation boo to link you to the helpful tips. a woman is in the hospital after a v
henderson, south carolina's gina smith. >>> then, the economy through the prism of halloween. with ellen davis of the national retail federation. >> when the economy is suffering, halloween spending soars. >> i'm candy crowley. and this is "state of the union." >>> an economic trifecta thursday boosted the administration and maybe the president's re-election chances, too. new figures show the economy grew by 2.5% in the third quarter, almost double the growth in the previous quarter. and european leaders struck a deal to settle greek debt and bolster the euro. then world markets surged in response. wall street ending thursday up over 300 points. >>> meanwhile, out on the campaign trail, the president tried to reconnect with voters where they are hurting. he launched a spate of initiatives he can execute without congressional approval -- helping homeowners with underwater mortgages, lowering student loan payments, training for veterans to work in the health care industry, and informational tools for small businesses. joining me now, senior campaign strategist for the obama re-election cam
woman in iowa who suffered a miscarriage. they are recalled the cantaloupes. >>> last halloween, he was up and becoming a star. now he's a mask. finding out one of the biggest and best halloween costumes out there. it's a congressman. >>> one man says he's been doing it for years with no complaints, now why protests of his display in his yard for halloween. we'll take a look. that have earned the keurig brewed seal of approval. the keurig brewed seal is our commitment that the coffee inside will deliver a delicious cup of coffee every time. keurig brewed. look for the only mark of genuine keurig quality. one halloween costume is a mask for charlie sheen. he's got big dollars for retailers. the most popular halloween costume for adults. as for the kids, you may want to think about angry birds, that's likely to be a big seller too. >>> another popular halloween costume now raising eyebrows. the scandal known as weiner gate, now a halloween costume. it comes with a mask, boxer shorts, we would advice having it for your costume. >>> one man's display is causing a nightmare for his stree
will overtime win. full highlights coming up in sports. >>> a free tour at one bay area city hall this halloween, designed to give you the creeps. and a great deal on a haunted house. >>> nothing to be afraid of in terms of the weather forecast this weekend. it's been a gorgeous start. we have 50s and 60s outside. your seven-day forecast has gusty winds and a real taste of winter coming your way. we'll walk you through the timing of these changes when we come back. can lulu have some beef pasta, too? -here you go, lulu. -hey?! you had an imaginary friend once, too. she's full. [ female announcer ] hamburger helper beef pasta. helpers. forty dishes, all delicious. gives us the most nutritious of gifts. but only when they are ready to be given. that's why we pick vegetables at their peak. ...and freeze them fast, locking in nutrients ...for you to unwrap. ♪ ho, ho, ho. green giant >>> it was the deadliest attack in afghanistan today since the war began. nato and u.s. officials say 13 americans were killed when a suicide car bomber hit an armored bus in kabul. three is a swrilians and an afghan p
. no word on injuries. heading into halloween, millions through the northeast corridor are spending the night in the dark following the record-breaking october snowstorm. >> it's not what you'd expect to see on the eve of halloween, goblins and ghouls covered in white. but this weekend's record setting snowstorm won't keep kids from getting their treats. >> we're excited. one's an eskimo, one's a geisha. >> cleanup began sunday in areas more used to raking leaves than shoveling snow in october. >> mother nature played a trick on us. >> a trick that has left as many as three million from virginia to vermont in the dark. as tree limbs fell, crippling power lines and blocking roadways. >> snow hit the trees, hit the leaves, the tree got heavy and a lot of tree damage. >> damage that could take a while to repair. >> we will have extensive power outages. >> snow started falling saturday and smashed records as it moved north, tying up air travel as thousands faced delays and cancellations. passengers on a jetblue flight diverted to connecticut waited seven hours on the plane before being
family have a safe halloween. >> reporter: bank of america all alone. most other banks are not imposing fees for making purchases with debit cards. the other banks all say the public outcry was not a factor in their decision. >>> apple may be getting all the buzz, but it is not the top smart phone maker. samsung is. samsung has 24% of the global smart phone market. hewlett packard is changing its mind. ceo meg whitman has decided not to sell off its personal computer business. >>> and your jack o'lantern is going to cost more this year. bad weather is blamed for soaring pumpkin prices. that is america's money. >>> looking for somewhere fun to take the family for halloween? zoo boo is going on. >>> a great event for us. one of our major fundraisers. we have pumpkins for the kids, face painting, a costume contest at 11:30 and 2:30, friday saturday and sunday. >>> this year's zoo boo includes trick or treating and includes visits from animal ambassadors, carnival games, crafts, a hay maze and life entertainment. >>> the amount of accidents that happen on halloween can be just scary. kids a
halloween. but not around here. snow pants either. who buys snow pants? shomari stone is out in virginia where it is wet and cold tonight. >> reporter: i found a man who took the time to buy snow pants. hold that for just one thought. i'm at a seasonal pumpkin patch in sterling, virginia and the owner is concerned about pumpkins if freezing rain and snow fell on these things he says it could damage these pumpkins and he needs to sell them this weekend. halloween is on monday. stop for a second, jim. snow, halloween? are you kidding me? a lot of folks are serious about getting ready and getting prepared. >> i'm trying to get prepared before the rush comes in. >> reporter: nick rushed to buy two pairs of snow pants. >> overalls for snow. these are dual purpose for skiing. >> reporter: as the temperature dips and the cold rain drops he has frightening flashbacks right before halloween weekend. >> last year we had 31 inches. if they say it's going to snow i'm going to believe it and be ready. >> reporter: some parts of virginia, maryland and west virginia could see up to 8 inches of snow thi
join us tomorrow night at 11:00. here it is, your moment of zen. >> halloween is just over a wee away, so there's still time to find a great costume. >> this is the do it yourself costume of the year, no? >> i think so. last year it was the chilean miners. this yearcaptioning sponsored by comedy central captioned by media access group at wgbh >> stephen: tonight, a new immigration law has unintended consequences. you can now be deported for taco tuesday. [laughter] then halloween horror. this year someone is handing out crazens. and my guest taylor brant says college athletes deserve to be paid. why? they're just going to blow it on something frivolous like student lobe debt. it's the tenth anniversary of the patriot act. but what do you get for the government that knows everything? this is "the colbert report." captioning sponsored by comedy central [cheering and applause] >> stephen: thank you very much. [audience chanting "stephen"] >> stephen: yeah. not bad. thank you very much. welcome to "the report." good to have you with us. please. sit down. thank you so
fun. >>> around halloween, you'll upice costume shops popping and disappearing. it takes more than a couple months to get these temporary stores open. we take a look at the process. >> she cannot believe her eyes widwhile browsing. because of the costume but quickly a store this big up in a want of vacant space. 1 there is nothing here. the next it is the complete shock. >> colleen stores are efficient night whileup over lot of money. >> it is great. >> there are at least 26 pop up the stores this season. they have different names and sizes. there are about 900. the vast majority are owned and by one company which planning andar selecting the best spots. >> some people go to las vegas. i open halloween stores. is my gamble. >> he has been an owner of the stores for 19 years. his search for the perfect spot begins in january. he got a deal on this location. was once a linens and things. keeping up with the real-estate industry to see chain stores are in in bankruptcy. >> with the federation expecting typical shoppers to spend an more this $6 halloween, there's nothing scary this bus
is live at the fourth district police station with more on the halloween heist. pat? >> reporter: one guy had a frankenstein mask on with a gun. the other guy, an afro wig with a knife. this was no halloween prank, this was a serious robbery. the scene, this dentist office on butternut street northwest. two armed robbers using halloween garb burst into the place, order everyone to the floor and rob the dentist, his staff and patients. one of the victims, in her 80s. after it happened, she called her husband. we are not identifying him by name. >> she says don't come for me now because we have had a disturbance here. they took my money. i was shook up. she was, too. i'm sure of that. >> reporter: police spent hours going from the scene looking for clues and evidence that could lead them to the suspects. among the items taken, gold jewelry, rings, chains, charms and cash totaling about $1300. reaction now from neighbors to this halloween heist. >> it's unfortunate. in my neighborhood. in my neighborhood. i don't like it. not at all. >> the dentist didn't deserve this. i know him. i see him
? >>> and our party rock halloween. get ready for the scary, super spooky show spectacular. zombies have invaded our studio and times square. what are we all dressing up as? it's our biggest costume reveal ever. ♪ >> announcer: from abc news live or dead from times scare, this is "ghoul" morning america with robin roberts and george stephanopoulos. >> happy halloween, everyone. look at everybody outside. they're dressed up in the cold. they don't care one bit. they're going to have fun this halloween. >> it's the biggest halloween extravaganza ever in the history of "good morning america." i thought you had a cold or something. i thought you were coming down with something on friday. >> i tried everything. warming up. ali said, no, no. you're going to work today, george. >> love you, ali. we're looking forward to revealing our super secret costumes. you'll never guess what we can dress up as. we can tell you, we have more hair and makeup people than i think guests back stage right now. >> it's a packed house. we're going to have fun coming up. >>> let's get right to the allegations against her
>>> from cnn center, this is cnn sunday morning. it's sunday, october 30th. halloween eve. good morning, everybody. i'm alina cho. t.j. holmes is off. >>> three people are dead, 2 million without power -- in the occupy wall street protests. we'll get a live report. >>> we begin with what some in the region are calling snowtober. right now 2 million people are without power. four states have declared emergencies -- new york, new jersey, connecticut and massachusetts. officials predicted the downed trees were going to be a major problem and they were right. take a look. the storm is being blamed for three deaths so far. a man in pennsylvania was killed when a snow-covered tree fell into his house. two others died in connecticut and massachusetts. >>> people in connecticut have lost power there. they're being told it will be a while before it comes back. the governor says they've been waiting for road conditions to improve before sending out repair crews. >>> we're covering all angles of the major storm. chad meyers is on the ground in pennsylvania where there are massive power out
a halloween heist. >>> we begin with allegations of sexual harassment against herman cain. he's calling it a witch hunt. good evening. i'm jim vance. >> i'm doreen gentzler. herman cain denounced sexual harassment. they confirmed one woman received settlement after complaining of inappropriate sexual conduct by cain in the '90s. steve handelsman joins us from capitol hill with more on the revelation that could cost a front-runner some support. >> thanks. he was in d.c. joking. now he knows how it feels to be at the top of the gop field where the target is set on his back. he does seem to be taking the crisis seriously. >> herman cain is denying the accusations. >> i have never sexually harassed anyone. >> the website politico reports cain was accused of inappropriate sexual behavior by two women in the '90s. >> we saw a document that details the allegations. >> reporter: cain was head of the national restaurant association. nbc news confirms at least one woman complained of his conduct, received a cash settlement and left. cain claims he was exonerated by an internal investiga
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